Sheryl Crow and Gary Clark Jr. join Aspen Snowmass Jazz Labor Day lineup

Gary Clark Jr. performing at the 2018 Labor Day Experience. Aspen Times File
Sheryl Crow performing at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass June Experience in 2016. Aspen Times File

Jazz Aspen Snowmass has added blues rocker Gary Clark Jr. and pop singer Sheryl Crow to their Labor Day Experience lineup.

Both artists are making comeback appearances on the Aspen Jazz scene – Clark most recently at Labor Day 2018 and Crow at the June Experience 2016.

Rootsy singer-songwriter Larkin Poe has also joined the lineup. Jazz Aspen announced the additions on Tuesday.

Clark will open the festival on Friday September 3 with a double schedule with rock band Kings of Leon.

Crow will co-title with country star Eric Church on September 4 with the opening of Poe.

The weekend will end on Sunday with the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer headlining Steve Nicks, after country singer and Highwomen member Maren Morris and soul singer Yola.

“After the challenges of last year, especially in the absence of live music, we are so grateful to be looking at summer 2021 with more optimism than we thought possible, even this past spring,” Jim Aspen, Jazz president and CEO Aspen Horowitz said in the announcement. “We are ready to celebrate the 30th anniversary of our launch in 1991 and to emerge from the shadows and musical silence with our many friends.”

The three-day experience passes are available now for $ 359.95 (plus fees), on sale at Day tickets are not yet available. Information on the Patron / VIP pass is online at and 970-920-4996.

Jazz Aspen has yet to release details regarding concert capacity at Snowmass Town Park, which numbered around 10,500 a day before the pandemic.

“JAS has worked closely with county and state officials to develop a flexible operating plan that will follow COVID-19 health and safety guidelines and adapt to any changes in place at the time. of the event, ”says the announcement. “The JAS team are delighted to welcome everyone to Snowmass for a safe return to outdoor music.”

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